Winds toppled trees and power lines, leaving hundreds of thousands of customers without power Friday. The damage prompted Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam and Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan to both declare states of emergency.
The D.C. area was rattled by strong winds on Friday, some exceeded 60 mph. The storm caused a lot of damage and headaches, check out the photos from the worst wind storm since Hurricane Sandy.
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